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martin luther ki march on washington 50 yearsago and how it affected their lives. if you're like me, you've been working you've been working like a dog all year. but you don't need to camp out 'til labor day to reward yourself! mattress discounters' labor day sale ends monday! rest those tired bones on a queen size sealy gel memory foam mattress for just $497! get 48 months interest-free financing on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection. not to labor the point... but this sale ends monday! ♪ mattress discounters! you know, from our 4,000 television commercials. yep, there i am with flo. hoo-hoo! watch it! [chuckles] anyhoo, 3 million people switched to me last year, saving an average of $475. [sigh] it feels good to help people save... with great discounts like safe driver, multicar, and multipolicy. so call me today. you'll be glad you did. cannonbox! [splash!] >>> here wego. count don to oping of the new bay bridge down to eight days opening a week from tomorrow. tonight caltransand patrol put in the finishing touches on plans for the closure of the old bridge you know transition
. it has already received more than $2 million -- more than 2 million views. >>> to washington d -- dc here is what the capitol looks leak bathed in light with no one around. quite different from 10 hours ago. a bell tolled at exactly 3:00 eastern time to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the march on washington and martin luther king, junior's legendary "i have a dream" speech. tens of thousands of people converge owed the capitol to take part. president obama celebrated people who work every day to keep king's dream alive. >> everyone who realizes the glorious patriots knew on that day that change does not come from washington, but to washington. change has always been built on our willingness. we, the people who take on the citizenship, you are marching. >> martin luther king, junior's granddaughter stole the show today. yolanda kept her cool as the president took a moment to talk with her. before that she helped ring the bell that you just havered -- you just heard a moment ago. >>> from 50 years ago in washington to more than 70 years ago in the bay area, take a look at what some of
, abc 7 news. >> horrible to see the damage there. still to come, smem rating the march on washington and how close we are to realizing dr. king's dream. the popular drugstore making accusations of overcharging customers. >> we have the weekend coming up. what will the weather be like? find out in my forecast coming up. >> taking a live look right now at the bay bridge. it is closed. this is the camera at yerba buena. the only thing on there is construction crews. abc 7 news continues. we will have more on the impact >> i want to take you out to the bay bridge toll plaza where they are speaking about how the shut down went tonight. let's listen. >> we want to get the work done as efficiently as possible. we get drivers on the span as quickly as possible. the number of workers that ebb and flow. we can see the workers. -- >> we apologize for the audio here. we are using the technology to bring that to you and obviously having issues with that. we know from caltrans that the closure went just fine with no problems to report. they are trying to get the work done as quickly as possible. >
'l see showers into oregon and washington state. little change in ourcondition around the bay tomorrow, moving on to the area of rim fire, groveland rimire forecast i should say, calls for sunny skies tomorrow. afternoon thunderstorm warm down inhe valley with highs about 95 degrees and cooler in high country. getting back to th bay area overnight night areas of low clouds and fog spreading inland. south bay highs into 80s. 87 emergeian hill, temperatures up to 80 in redwood city. and mid to upper 60s on the coast. mid-80s in the north bay valleys from sonoma. eeflt bay highs 74 oakland. inland east bay hhs upper 80s to near 90. here is the accu-weather forecast. warm again friday. warmerlow 90s inland. temperatures tapering off saturday, sunday, monday. despite the drp will be a pleasant and mild weejd dr-weekend. >> coming up next more on the soono open new bay bridge. >> and how it is becoming a bay a female narrator: through monday, get three years through monday, get three years interest-free financing and save up to $400 on beautyrest and posturepedic. even get three years intere
that will work. martha abc news washington. >> back here. 1 author calls humboldt county marijuana frontier. tonight the border fast becoming the danger to bear and mammal. more than 1 16,000 marijuana plants enough poison to kill more than 750 black bear and other types of mammal. army of rodent. this week raid targeted areas near willow correct, hoop valley and/or liens. >> the banned pesticide kill mammal lake the weasle like fisher. sheriff's deputy also seeing clear cutting creek dam damping and pipe he moved from the ground. sheriff's office says it does not have any suspect at this moment. >> financial news. first people who purchased facebook stock finally say made some money. today facebook closed at 38.05 a share which is 5 cents more than its initial public offering price. lowest point the stock dropped to 1 17.55 a share. however ad revenue from mobile did he advice boosted aerption this year. stock has seen a 44 percent increw necessary valley sense quarterly earnings results announced last week. the initial i p o now made a nickel a share. >> one more note about fac
supporters. karen travers, abc news, washington. >>> same-sex marriages will continue in california. that's after the supreme court denied a last ditch appeal of supporters of proposition 8. in june as you know the u.s. supreme court cleared the way for same-sex marriage to resume in california. opponents said the ruling should apply only to the two couples who actually took the case to the high court. >>> san francisco's board of appeals handed a small victory to a men's clothing store trying to open in the mission district. neighbors and merchants say jack spade is a national chain with 11 or more stores across the u.s. san francisco law requires special hearings before chains can open in certain neighborhoods and that includes part of the intermission where a permit has been approved for a jack spade store. >> this area is like a wildlife preserve. it is designated a safe zone for small business. >> looking forward to it. i think it will improve the block. i can't wait. >> jack spade claims it is a small independent retailer even though it is owned by liz claiborne. they will take anot
in the meantime washington national zoo where giant panda gave birth afternoon. seen unfolded open the new panda cam that showed the mom in labor. took 2 hours. it was expected to take nearly 10. if you take a close look there circle you could see the small cub on the floor of the cage. no fur on the little guy yet. this panda third cub. one of hers died last fall but cub born if 2005 survived. >> san francisco new baby gorilla special visitor today. release this photo of the gorilla held by congresswoman spear. she kicked off publicç naming contest for the grill a.zoo taking suggestions through september 17. we have information on our web site. 7 news.com. find that under see it on tv if you have a name idea. >> the role of super hero. every morning from monday to saturday this man stands at the entrance to help mother carry the stroller down the fare. works at nearby grocery store ands7 decided to do something after so many complained about access to the train. there he is in action. he said he decided to dress up as character from a popular tv show. because he is shy. >> coming
. >> he said he was hoping to take his children around washington to show them the sites and the history but madison if you weren't to know what mission our country truly great if you want to know what a true american hero looks like then you don't have to look too far. you have to look at your dad. >> unfortunately carter now suffers from ptsd and after the ceremony he had this message to the country. >> ladies and gentlemen please take the time to learn about the invisible wound of war. know that a soldier or veteran suffering from ptsd is one of the most passionate dedicated men or women you will ever mee meet. >> know that they are not damaged. simply hurting when living when others did not. know that they, we, are not defeated. never days feeted. we are resilient and will emerge stronger over time. >> 50th anniversary of the historic march on washington in 1963 is coming up on wednesday. as the day approaches people who were there at the time are lacking back and sharing an experience that they say changed their lives. before carolyn tyler has their storie stories. the berkeley
news reporter martha raddatz has reaction from washington. >> while national security secrets will leaking all over washington, general keith alexander was at a las vegas hacker's convention facing down hecklers. >> we stand for freedom. >> the heckler took issue with that statement but the director fired back, saying congressional investigators have found no illegal activity by the nsa. >> that's not -- those are facts. >> another blockbuster revelation today. a still top secret nsa program leaked by edward snowden to a british newspaper that it says allows u.s. analysts to snoop on "nearly everything a user does on the internet in real time." the guardian story provides a 32-page training guide showing how the so-called ex-key score program works. update a from 15 around the world that can show phone calls, e-mails being written, sites being visited, words being searched. snowden discussed a surveillance program this extensive when his story erupted last month. >> i sit at my desk certainly had the authorities to wiretap anyone. >> it was a story that brought vehement denial
as to do with getting the message out about washington state new law legalizing marijuana. reporter jamie explains what officers doing at this year hemp fest. >> slogan is for the bowl. >> came to the rescue. >> as the bowl campaign for seattle police. >> operation orange finger. >> to deliver a sires message at this year annual hemp fichlingt so there is pot. marijuana now legal. >>reporter: officers will be handing out 1,000 bag of dreet oychlt want them to do something special and you nichblingt each bag has a stick they are layout the basic of i-5 02 and famous marijuana xaichbility this has changed the face of law enforcement. >> attracting thousands of people here and best bud s pd hope the stunt will help the public digest the rules. >> eliminate communication and make the rules clear. >> law still a work in progress. >> you can buy it from someone on the street corner. you have done nothing wrong. person who sold it to committed a felony. >> rather than just handing out fliers that would likely be ignored. >> but we have something that is fun quirky a little ironic. >> s pd wan
area men who were with martin luther king jr. for the march on washington. one gets a special honor. also tonight bay area man watches the cargo up in flames. look at this. how he managed to escape just in time. >> and shark sighting shuts down popular north bay beach. scientist think they know why it was hanging around close to shore. stay withúo ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. right now, get a 2013 chevrolet volt for around $269 per month. >> want to focus your attention on 2 violent incidents in the east bay that we have learned are related. first there was a fiery motorcycle crash that nearly shut down highway 24 in oak land last friday. then just short time later as we reported at the time an officer involved shooting in orinda not far away. tonight only on abc 7 news we hear from the family of the man riding
the group is showing its resilience. we have more now from washington. >> tonight beefed up law enforcement. heighten awareness at airport from l.a. to new york and more scrutiny on those trying to enter the country. senior u.s. official tells abc fuss that the plot started in yemen and tonight u.s. officials are frantically searching for vehicle bomb al qaeda wants to use to blow up the u.s. embassy there and perhaps others as well. abc news also learned that true survillains in electronic eavesdropping more was discovered. including communication between al qaeda affiliates and someone in the u.s. not just electron inning conversations but through the mail as well. u.s. does in the know the content of the letters. >> in terrorist communication in general the simpler more primitive form of communication the more effective they are. >> this is who al qaeda has been communicating with in yemen. one of those behind the upped wear bomb printer cartridge bloom and surgecly im plentyed explosives. small bomb placed inside a human body especially dangerous if the bomb carrier boarded
howard taft and george washington your winner. nats opening it up and lines one off bumgarner. sandoval gets the out, but desmond scores and the nats are up. after an hour and 17-minute rain delay the giants breakthrough with posey and a chopper under the glove of desmond. it is tied at one. in the 6th though and here it comes and there it goes. la roche launching one out. washington wins their fourth in a row, 4-2 the final. alex smith will see aldon smith and he hopes it is just in the pre game and not just in the back field during the real game when the 49ers visit kansas city in pre-season action. smith, alex, doesn't figure to play a lot because this is pre-season. alex versus the niners will be intriguing. they will not face each other in the regular season. smith lost his job to kaepernick last year, but he says she looking forward and not back. >> he is one of the guys i have played with for awhile, but it is the pre-season game. in is just on the -- this is just another step the last couple years. obviously we disagreed. you move on from it. >> two days after winning his first
time and money. >> in washington white house is going solar. again. officials confirming that new solar panels being installed on 9 roof of the residents part of a project including updated heating and cooling controls and variable speed fans. president carter installed solar panels in 1979 but president reagan removed them. the white house didn't say who is supplying panel buzz did say they're american made. >> target is get being ready to open a new store in san francisco. and now, they're looking for 450 new employees. by mid day, interview rooms were crowded. hundreds of people waiting to say what they have to offer. >> i worked for lowe's, ups and disneyworld. >> law will say if you don't want it, she'll take it. you know? >> renee coleman has no retail experience but a positive attitude. >> i have everything. i have it all. >> that is what target is after. >> individuals who have a can could do attitude, coming to work ready to go who are positive. >> human resources director of the new store says it's against company poll i to publicly discuss wages and benefits but in the interv
they were there. the anniversary of the march on washington and special awards being presented tonight. >> a look at progress that construction crews made today on the bay bridge. why hard part could be still to come. >> kids and concussions. efforts >>> stintson beach is closed for the next five days after a great white shark was seen swimming in the surf by a life guard at the beach. the sighting led the park service to declare water off limits but the beach is still open. you can stay on the sand off course. officials think the shark may have been attract bid a young and slightly bleeding fin whale that died on the beach yesterday morning. experts figured out the whale calf had trauma to the sterning and bleeding around the heart they have found other signs of trauma but no broken bones they cannot say with certainty why that whale died. >> next week marks 50th anniversary of the civil rights march on washington, d.c.. two people there are sharing their memories and one of them is receiving a special award tonight we're live with the story tonight. carolyn? >> the person being honor
an ambassador would make the determination but this time it is washington ordering the embassies to close down. martha, abc news washington. >> there is anger in chile tonight. 3 years after those minor -- minders were rescued no charges will be given to opposite of the mean or mining regulator. 33 miners trapped for two months underground. they called the decision a disgrace to the country justice system. the cave inbrought the mine safety record in focus and put chile top industry under close scrutiny but tonight the case is closed with no finding of responsibility. >> syrian religious group ban croissant because they symbol iceize western suppression. there was a declaration declaring that they are forbidden in islamic law. the group operates in rebel held area here. the issue dates back to celebration after the defeat of the army in awe industry a in 1863. they represented the moon depicted on the ottoman flag. >> high speed rail officials in california are giving assuranc assurances that a deadly captain lake the one that happened in spain last week would not happen here. if the we
the box office, denzel washington claimed the top spot. they starred in two guns about an undercover operation. movie made $27 million this weekend. wolverine came in second with 21 million. dream came in fourth to top hundred million which is rare feat. despicable two came in fifth. >> that is it for this abc news at 9:00. for all of us here. i'm ama daetz. thank you so much for joining us. we continue now online on twitter, facebook and all your local devices with our new "abc 7 news" app. we'll leave you live look from the exploratorium cam. we'll see you at 11:00. [ male announcer ] on vof the things you love. ♪ hello, bacon. get more with breakfast and a two-room suite for rates as low as $115 per night at an embassy suites. book now at embassysuites.com/getaway. >> ooh, i'm so excited. >> hey! >> hey, sweetie. >> you look so beautiful. let me see. >> back at you. >> oh, you look beautiful. >> great. >> miss edna! that is not hair spray. this is perfume. >> oh. >> [ laughs ] you're gonna look so beautiful. >> oh, i feel beautiful. and lucky! >> oh, my dad's the lucky one. i am
washington and mark wahlberg teamed up to claim the top spot. the pair star in "2 guns" based on a graphic novel about an undercover operation against drug traffickers. the movie made $27 million this weekend. the wolverine came in second, with 21 million. "smurfs 2" debuted in third, 18 million. "the conjuring" came in fourth to help it top 100 million, which is he can rebel for a horror movie. "despicable me" rounding out the top spots. >> i'll see denzel in anything. he -- and mark wallberg is a great actor. i'm ama daetz, for mike shumann, lisa argen, leigh glaser, who is off, thank you for joining us. we're back at 9:00 and 11:00. we'll leave you with a live look outside. see you tonight at 11:00.
washington. >> judge says deterring crime is always a good idea but not the way new york did it. future of stop and terrific that's coming up. >> baseball hot potato new chapter in the way ward saga of bay area ball player. >> wine tasting menu pretty common. certainly around here but what happens when you turn wine into water. another half wine into water. another half do you see the 10% back in points, aw baby, i'm seeing triple again. plus another 10%, plus free shipping? yeah. you're good. this is the member triple play deal. this is sears. >> federal judge says new york city is violating the constitutional rights of millions of innocent people. the city stop and frisk program allows police to search people on the street whether they committed a crime or not. thomas says the fall out couldÑi impact police department all across the country. >> encounter like these this fueled the fury. minority claiming routinely targeted by the nypd stop and frisk progra program. in blatant racial profiling. walters says it happened to him. >> i remember them banging my head. >>reporter: he
with an unexpected price tag in washington. >> warming trend is well if you're like me, you've been working you've been working like a dog all year. but you don't need to camp out 'til labor day to reward yourself! mattress discounters' labor day sale is on now! rest those tired bones on a queen size sealy gel memory foam mattress for just $497! get 48 months interest-free financing on the entire tempur-pedic cloud collection. but this sale won't last long! ♪ mattress discounters! >>> consumer reports says 1.6 million smart phones were stolen in this country last year and tonight, one frustrated owner is saying apple is part of the problem. michael finney now is here with the story. blaming apple. >> yes. it's interesting. you know, apple released it's find my iphone app in 2010 to great reviews but a union city woman says not only did it not work the way she expected but thieves were able to thwart it. denise gomez remembers her years at n.high school in oakland her friends got together in portland for the wedding of one best friend from high school. unfortunately, the trip took a sour turn.
william howard aft oh. and roosevelt. george washington that's how he became the father of our country. right there. that was it. >> fast on his feet. >> very quick. the scoring in the fourth. line one off the leg. out at first and the score. up 1 nothing. had an hour and 17 minute rain delay after which the joints break through. under the glove of desmond. tied at 1 but in the sixth here it comes and there it goes. adam launching a two run shot off of him as washington wins the fourth in a row. 4-2 the final ndc. to the nfl alex smith love to throw for 300 yards and 4 touch downs against his old team not going to happen. they host the 49ers on friday night for the chiefs. pre-season game so smith probably not going to play that much. did play one series in kansas city first pre-season game led the chiefs to touch down. the niners and chiefs will not meet in the regular season so unless they get together in the super bowl which is unlikely this will be it for the 2013 season. alex doesn't have any hard feelings about lasting the job last year to collin. right now all a
tonight, so the a's needed to win the game. giants in d.c., a beautiful sunset over the washington monument. when timmy leaves pitches up, this is what happens. ian desmond, it's a goner. we are tied at one more, bases loaded and a two-run double, nats up 3-1. later in the fourth on. wild pitch. giants trail 5-1. lincecum allows 6 runs in six nings.s. and belt singled and torres scored with two downs t giants trail 6-five. and runners at first and he could is, a drive to left center. have no fear, a diving catch to end the game. last year, that would have fallen and giants would have won. instead they lose the third trait, 6-5, washington the final. well, colin kaepernick, the 49ers quarterback is right there. on the cover of the gq magazine, as for his real job, the niners are getting ready for the second preseason game in kansas city, friday night, for kaepernick, it's facing alex smith who helped him prepare to play quarterback. >> he did a lot for me. alex helped me pick up the play book and understand what we were trying to get done and how we wanted to do it. i would not be a
and added in a statement an apology for any inconvenience caused. david curlly abc news washington. >> a lot of inconvenience sounds lick. >> if a is to face. 2 animal find unlikely friendship. great stor ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. right now, get a 2013 chevrolet volt for around $269 per month. >> let's go back up date the weather forecast as we have been talking about. there are some lightning strike around the bay area. sandhya is keeping an eye on it for us tonight. >> yes it's a busy night. you look at live doppler 7hd look at the trail of lightning strike off the coast. obviously some of this making it overland getting a lot of post on twitter and facebook about some showers on the peninsula and definitely verifying here as we look towards stanford. l sarah boulevard alpine road some showers around sand hill road an
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at a park. the search for the dog's owner. >>> panda caretakers at washington's national zoo will have to wait to get a first closeup look at their new resident. a tiny, one-day-old panda cub. the birth provided by the zoo. zookeepers need to do a health check. it only takes a few minutes but momma panda didn't give zookeepers an opportunity take their cub. the caretakers will listen to the cub's heart and lungs, record weight and collect a dna sample. so they will try again tomorrow if mom will give them an opportunity. >> that is it for abc 7 news at 9:00. thank you for joining us. our next news is at 11:00 over on abc 7. see you then. - mmm. i love the smell of pancakes in the morning. good morning, everybody. - hey, nick. - hey, nick. - um, you know, it's okay if you call me dad. i mean, your mother and i got married so we could be a family: mom, dad, son, daughter. i'm not saying that you have to, but if you want to, it's cooool. - thanks, nick. - uh... your mother was supposed to make me a special breakfast. do you know where it is? - i think maybe we ate it. - there's some cerea
. >> washington is happening. >> it's lacking great. going in the labor day weekend things look promising. we have mainly clear skies across the if sky. cloud on the coast license and so far this evening they remained pretty much near the coast. leif view from our high definition emeryville camera on the east bay and clouds back at the coast license but clear view of the bay bridge and much of the san francisco sky line 60 degrees san francisco 64 oakland redwood city, 66 los gatos and 59 half moon bay. live view from mount tam natural bay. finger fog moving through the golden gate there but not much movement of the marine layer right now. 65 santa rosa 64 napa and no have the 0. 66 in fairfield. concord 68. one more hiv view from the high definition east bay hills camera and once again under clear sky forecast feature area of fog clouds low clouds mainly near the coast and bay tonight. mild to warm. in twox day actually next 3 day. friday up near 90 inland but cooler pattern settle in for the weekend. radar composite image shows a little bit of a dip in the jet stream. also a dip in
with the fact that they lost a loved one. >> abc news, washington. >> we're learning more about hannah anderson's ordeal and hearing from the teen's father. the 16-year-old rescuesed yesterday after fbi agents shot and killed her suspected kidnapper james dimaggio ending a hunt for them. for the first time law dimaggio fired back at agents when ryeing to capture him. tonight hannah is back with her family. her father spoke with the media. >> heal be will be slow. she's been through a horrific ordeal i'm very proud of her and i/u5$w love her very much. she's surrounded by love of family, friends and community. >> did he matho suspected of killing hannah's mother and 8-year-old brother. hahn yaz was not aware until after the rescue. >> well a state wide amber alert set off smart phones in the middle of the night. many not understanding this aflirt. it prompted complaints and a review by lawmakers. and worried some may opt out of the system. california's first state wide amber alert startled a lot of people kplints include the loud sleek and receiving the message multiple times. for abduction of s
's going to be paid. sunsetting over washington monument. second inning a pitch up in the zone crushing it. it's 17th of the season. when timmy is up in the zone bad things happen. wild pitch scoring giants the giants rallied late. the a's will host astros tonight. was it fair or foul is in the game came down to this swing of the bat. he thought it's a home run. umps said no. marty riley tweeted mean aloha means you're a homer. dan said it, too. he's a homer also, marty. fair, kind of ticks off the foul play f you have an opinion, tweet me. his teammates playing in harlem. putting on a show. baysmore throwing down here with authority. base baismore with a dri. he misses. some giving him a hard time. not a lot of defense played there. but good time to be a warriors fan. >> thank you. >> tonight at 9:00 cable 13 coming up buzz kill. the blame may lie with a gardener. then facebook trying to gain a new audience. the target, how it could change the social media web site. that is coming up at 9:00 and 11:00. >> that is it for this edition of abc 7 news. >> from all of us, follow us on facebook.
. second quarter third strippinger rex. catch 1 handed levtd hand. washington beats pittsburg 24-13. week ago tonight cal safety sebastian rushed to hospital with neck injury in concussion. he tucked the media members today. >> calm my symptoms right now. get a lot of rest and just would i love to play whenever but just want to make sure that i'm fully healthy and on the field. >> expected to make a full recovery. this sport report brought to you by riff rock casino that's really, really good. >> look and sound great hope he's okay. >> light anything strike the bay area. video earlier bay area. video earlier tonight. update you know, from our 4,000 television commercials. yep, there i am with flo. hoo-hoo! watch it! [chuckles] anyhoo, 3 million people switched to me last year, saving an average of $475. [sigh] it feels good to help people save... with great discounts like safe driver, multicar, and multipolicy. so call me today. you'll be glad you did. cannonbox! [splash!] >> hi. live doppler 7 hd still tracking thunderstorms activity and here are pictures sent in short tim
has more from washington. >> today, a military judge sense yensed manning to 35 years in prison for one of the biggest leaks of classified information in u.s. history. to supporters he's a brave whistle blower. on the most serious charge of all, aiding enemy not guilty. the military judge wasn't convinced electricking those documents aided al qaeda. it's been three years since manning was first suspected of leaking a video of a 2007 american helicopter attack there that killed innocent civilians. charged with confident documents to wiki leaks. manning said he understand what he's doing when leaking documents but didn't believe he would harm the u.s.. manning will forfeit his army and a will be dishonorably discharged. his next stop a prison develop cell in kansas. >> we need whistle blowers people who are people who are not afraid to risk freedom for ability to keep us informed. >> his lawyers say next week he'll file a formal request for the president to grant manning a pardon today the white house refused to comment. >> a meeting on how to turn a contaminated wetland into a de
and will head back to washington with some ideas born here in the silicon valley. >> a jant rosa man will spend five years in prison for operating a ponzy scheme. he got several people to invest in what he described as a computer system. what he failed to mention is that the fbi had rated his -- raided his home he was using money on jewel skpri payoffs to investors. he has been ordered to pay them back to $4.9 million. >> army private just sentenced to 35 years in prison may have sparked a new legal battle coming out as transgender. he anoubsd he plans to live as a woman named chelsea. during the trial manning's attorneys released this photo of the soldier dressed as a woman. officials say they do not provide hormone treatments but attorneys say they will fight to make it happen. >> coming up growing concern something like this could happen here. >> a plan it >>> a plan to build a propane storage facility has some residents fearing for their safety. >> the refinery located in rodeo. abc 7 news has our story. some residents say they don't want to see anything like this in their neighborhood. pro
to these a's on the verbal of reacquiring fan favorite suzuki. oakland traded him to the washington national last year hitting 223 with 3 homeers limited playing time this season. how fitting to be for him to become the catalyst a's need down the stretch. everything gone wrong for matt and giants this queer has gone right for the pirates. tonight game an example of that. start of 4 game series here we go 2nd inning 1 nothing pittsburgh. make it 2 nothing. jones. jones in for a splash down there it is. canes 2 homeers in the engine and he warm front to leave the game in the fourth after taking this sanchez come backer off the forearm. cain was in pain x-rays negative. trailing 3 nothing the giants would rally to tie it up with the buck explode in the fifth. alvarez bases loaded scores 2. beginning 7 runs in the inning for the pirates. giants get dismantled 10-5. fear the beard is officially back. beard is nastier than ever. wilson with the dodger debut against the marlins. he helped clayton shut out miami 6 nothing. l.a. now 19 games up on the giants in the west. 1 14ers signed
with a trade in washington. a short drive to baltimore to join the team. the a's opening a critical three-game set with the oriels. the third inning and cocoa crisp and moss both headed toward the being aware house. a pair of solo homers. number 21 on the year for moss. shortly after the blast in the fourth brian roberts a grand slam, right field with a tractor beam for baseball. a's rally four in the fifth. the two-run single and 7-6. oakland has the feeling no lead was safe. baltimore scores three times. a third straight loss and oakland is three and a halfback in the west. giants and pirates at at&t. fourth inning and to no man's land in shallow left. buster posey and it is 1-0 giants. you can't even call this a mistake. great hitting and that was a good slider. he is headed over the wall for a three-run homer in the seventh. he goes eight solid and suffers his eighth loss of the year. it is tied at 13. jack harper and oh no. could have tagged that kid right there. throws home and we have a pickle going, people. they get the out, but it could have been a double play. chad knight for co
site. until then public transportation probably the best washington toy get around the bay area. link to all the extra service that bart ac transit and the sf bay ferry providing during the bridge closure at our web site. >> nanny from san anselmo excused of driving drunk picking up 2 young children on the first day of school today. witness told the chp driver of orange volkswagen beetle was back ing into a sign and staggering into the street. police arrested 48-year-old natalie after she failed so bright test. >>o[ please anton couple say thieves targeted them at home after they won cash at local casino at 12:30 this afternoon. robbers barged in as one of the victims was closing her garage door and then pointed a gun at her husband demanding quote the money. he gave up the cash. the robbers were hoodie and covered face was bandana. >> 120,000 dollars of cocaine never made it to the street thanks to police dog. he work was the gilroy police department and highway patrol used him to help search suspicious vehicle along highway 101 last week. officers say the dog led them to 5 kilog
a washington machine seems like an emergency for this viewer. suddenly she couldn't do her own laundry. cheryli8g admitstu.2. >> relishing thehallenge of coordinatingolors, rolling cows into patterns. >> it ells good. i can could do laundry for weeks, days d hours. >> which explains wh suddenly she no longer hd a washer and drier this summer. >> oh my god like i'maving withdrawals. i it began when she bought a set here i redwood city. >> i didn' have plugs. >> so an electrician put in the right outlet z a store deliver bud this time the drier didn't work. now, technicians forget stacking kit bolting washer and drier together so though set up another appointment. without the kit the drier could fall off the washer so this time,nother date and this time no, one showed up. >> i was looking at laundry and like oh my god this is not happening to me. >> she contacted 7 onour side and. >> it shld have only taken us two deliveries to complete. >> the general manager said this was a rare case of miscommunition among managers. >> wve made changes in our structure to make sure we c respond quicker. >> no
of washington demonstrated their human to human mind control device earlier this month. now this may not look like a lot here, but the finger you see twitching right there, the right hand, it was controlled by another person in another room. he said it felt like an involuntary twitch. it is done using magnetic pulses to the brain. researchers say it could be used to help with brain ailments such as parkinsons disease. interesting. >>> well let's check the forecast right now. >> shear sandhya patel. >> we had a wide range of temperatures. our summer spread low 60s to low 90s, so it warmed up as promised, but tomorrow we will see the temperatures go down a few degrees. here is live doppler 7hd. it is socked in along the coast. the marine layer deepened a little bit. fog is reducing visibility in half moon bay. down to three-quarters of a mile right now. i will show you live pictures and you can see what i am talking about. from the explore for yum camera, you can look for the trans america pyramid. it is somewhere right in here, but it is buried in the fog right now. 58 in san francisco. 61 in
as well. >> the federal gornment announced today it will not block laws in colorado and washington which have legalized marijuana. in a memo to prosecutors the department of justice outlined eight priority areas for"=ç enforcing marijuana laws including keeping pot out of hands of minors preventing profits from gog to criminal operations and keeping marijuana out of states where it's currently illegal. the harborside health center is the lashlgest provider of dical marijuana and has be targeted by the u.s. attorney. they drew hope from the directive sang quote, our joy is tempered in this new policy does not spefically apply to current actions. >> we do have more still to come tonight here on abc 7 news just ahe another look at what's happeng on the bay area freeways. >> plus demolitionork female narrator: through monday, get three years through monday, get three years interest-free financing and save up to $400 on beautyrest and posturepedic. even get three years interest-free financing on serta icomfort and tempur-pedic, but this special financing offer ends labor day at sleep train.
and washington hospital in fremont. the critics point out the length of the stay was gleaned from medicare billing rather than patient charts for a list go to our web site. we have a link for you there. you'll find it under see it on tv. >> if or yank and black are your idea of bay area baseball it's ter rif yichblgt oakland a's not only in first, but they're red hot. some fans decided to cross the bay to see them up close. >> i unusually go to the zbints game. >> this fan came from san jose. and are hoping to be able to watch closer to home. >> it would be a good thing as lng as we can settle issue was the giants. >> for many, lack of star power makes a's such a fun team to watch. >> they're just exciting doing unexpected things and work as a team. it's a lot of sharing. it looks real good. >> it's a fan base that apparently extends to other states. >> we're going through a's. >> so you came from arizona to root for a's? >> yes. >> they're awesome. >> what do you like about them? >> that they hit home run autos some young fans are specific about what they see, others not so much. >> what
industry washington post family owned for four againations has been sold. the staff told today. the founder is wuchbt world's richest men paying $250 million and will be the sole owner. there has been a slow down in tablet sales, shipments off by 10%. apple introduced most and shifted to the fall. new ipads tend to boost sales for apple and competitors. jet blue airlines swril a new level of service. they're adding a business class to flights between new york and san francisco or new york and los angeles planes will be outfitted with seats you can stretch out. with no big economic headline facebook rose for a week and a half. >> we have another 30 minutes of news for new just a moment. extension of a world wide terror alert. a direct order from highest ranks of al qaeda. >> michael finney looking into the value of your home, is there another bay area real estate bubble about to burst? >> and major league baseball hands down its toughest punishment, ever for steroids. the biggest star among them is allowed to take the field. stay with us. abc 7 news at 6:00 continues. for over 60,000 califor
in washington, d.c. heading the department of energy, steven chu taught at cal and stanford, research helped him win a nobel prize. he was director of the lawrence berkeley national lab yet, told me interest there is more to do by teaching again at stanford. >> young people have natural curiosity. i, too, want to do that. >> he emphasizes climate change seems to be the biggest concernx úáw. noaa says 2012 was among the 12 warmest years globally. and points out global warming is having a huge impact. >> if you look at things, storms, droughts, wildfires this and that. they say it's been increasing. number have been increasing. >> he says the federal government must do more to convince people if change doesn't happen quickly will be in trouble. >> this costs a lot of money.iyÑ and in terms of personal loss autos he's been an advocate and says we're not too far from producing a lot of it and doing it cheaply. he's happen regeting to, and from work on his bicycle. >> supporters of trayvon martin gathered for a protest this afternoon. a few dozen people held a rally to protest the acquittal of geo
. and a pedestrian gets hit. a growing problem. washington, d.c. police wanted to show that in just 35 miles an hour there is a fraction of a second to react. a pedestrian is killed on the roads every two hours. like this jogger in charlotte, someone is hurt every 8 minutes. this manage suffered injuries. most striking half of pedestrian deaths involve alcohol. we're not talking drivers. a third of the pedestrians killed, 1500 people were walking drunk with a blood alcohol of 08 or hire. >> they often involved alcohol. >> walking drunks have become such a problem in england, watch this drunk who falls on the escalator and can't get of off. this video was released as the danger of drunk walkers. the majority of this es accidents happen in cities, it's not at intersections. so what can you do? be predictedable. follow the rules of the road. never assume that the driver sees. >> you alcohol is not the only problem. for pedestrians and drivers, don't be distracted by electronic decision device. electronic device. >> distracted driving and walking, we have to encourage people to have an awareness that th
in the national security agency. "washington post"reports the nsa has broken privacy rules thousands of times each year since receiving broad new power in 2008. the based on information given to the post by former nsa analyst now wanted leaker edward snouden. representative spear says the nsa has abused the powers. >> if you need that kind of surveillance get a warrant. go to court and get a warrant. don't go to secret court that never sees the light of day and don't do it under a guise of it being necessary for foreign intelligence when it is in fact spying on u.s. citizens. >> spear does agree there is a need for some internal surveillance done legally because of what she calls homegrown terrorists. specifically referring to the boston marathon attack. >> afghan army and police are taking the lead now in combat open rigs against the taliban as u.s. troops get ready to leave. but in this case the administration is not declaring victory or even saying that the violence is under control. eric takes a look at why. >> it's america longest war. in many ways it's most frustrating. >> when the talib
says it doesn't need congressional approval. abc news washington. >> move in day at san francisco state university where incoming students said hello to new roommate and goodbye to the parents. as you can immanuel the day was bitter sweet. here's wayne. >> last name a through mc. >> after 13 years of school here's the payoff. more than a little intimate in elevator and dorm room parents like cheryl and patrick lacking for one last thing to do. >> i can still see her walking into kindergarten. >>reporter: except now her daughter is in the back get to go know her new roommate shannon. >> is this the first time you have ever met. >> yes. >> going to get along all right. >> i think so. >> rush. >> i think soil. move in day for kids is moving on day for parents. >> are you ready to be empty nester. >> no. >> not really. figure it out. >> scene at san francisco state today look the same as any other college or university kids who worked hard to get here. parents working hard to pay for it. >> checkbook. >> yes. >>reporter: pen. >> yes we are ready. >>reporter: at san francisco state f
announced today it will not block law in colonel republican and democrat 0and washington that legalize marijuana. memo sent today to federal prosecutors the department of justice outlined 8 priority areas for enforcing marijuana law in all 50 states. they include keeping pot out of the hands of my nor preventing profit from going to criminal open rigs and keeping marijuana out of states where it is currently illegal. hundreds of south bay educator learn a lesson they hope they never have to use. what to do if theyen counter intruder with a gun. police from the city of san jose and the university join together to train them in new response program. vick lee has the story. >> staples bad people do bad things. >> 3 things would you do that make a difference. run. hide. fight. >> mission of police who organize this training session was clear and to the point. >> state wide and protect our children, educators and community. >>reporter: mantra was run hide and fight. or defend as san jose police prefer to call the last option. hundreds of educators and staff from park, library, comm
military action. >> martha, abc news washington. >> what is the first seen that that strike is upped way? military analyst abc contributor steve spoke with news anchor diane saivrment i think what we see is the kind of war that starts the same way where the capitol with loud explosion and tomahawk find the target around damascas. >> american force in peril at take moment. >> no the president made it clear that no u.s. military personnel in peril. these will be long range cruise missile lawvrned well tout sea in the immediate train an. no life will be in danger. >> target themselves they say limited target over and over again. what does that mean to you. >> to me i think what they do is go after the unit conducted the attack on civilian. know who the unit is and where they can be located and punish the unit with million ter strike. also do something that is very visually compelling. they level the opinion industry of defense building. something iconic and show it world that the united states has conducted the military strike. >> bay area congressman just returned from satisfy stan
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